Feasibility of Two Educational Methods for Teaching New Mothers: A Pilot Study

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BACKGROUND Printed health educational materials are commonly issued to prepare patients for hospital discharge. Teaching methods that engage multiple senses have been shown to positively affect learning outcomes, suggesting that paper materials may not be the most effective approach when educating new mothers. In addition, many written patient educational… (More)
DOI: 10.2196/ijmr.4583

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@inproceedings{Logsdon2015FeasibilityOT, title={Feasibility of Two Educational Methods for Teaching New Mothers: A Pilot Study}, author={M Cynthia Logsdon and Deborah Davis and Diane Eckert and Frances Smith and Reetta Stikes and Jeff Rushton and John Myers and Joshua Capps and Kathryn Sparks}, booktitle={Interactive journal of medical research}, year={2015} }